Greece to ban the use of refillable, unlabeled vials of olive oil in HO.RE.CA

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Each year during the holiday season hotels, restaurants and “tavernas” in Greece fill up with tourists enjoying traditional dishes of the Greek Mediterranean Diet, including fish, fresh vegetables, salads, feta cheese, olives and olive oil served in a glass cruet. That cruet is unlabeled, non- sealed and reusable.

Portugal and Italy have long implemented and Spain recently adopted a law prohibiting the use of refillable, unlabeled vials of olive oil in hotels, bars and restaurants (HO.RE.CA) to fight against the common fraud of those “succumbing” to the temptation of using lower quality olive oil and marketing it as a more expensive one.

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